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got a message in november election with 70% of the voters supported president obama. >> senate has a change to create a bipartisan coalition wex need both parties to succeed. >> immigration reform may face tough opposition in the house, the president is moving forward and going to be in las vegas tomorrow to outline his vision for immigration reforms. >> tonight money matters mixed results from wall street. dow lost 14 points but nasdaq went up after a good showing from apple. it was nearly $10 a share. an executive of warns and noble says it will accelerate the closing of stores. and jc penny said it's bringing back sales it abandoned when adopting an every day low pricing policy, also new price tags and signs to let you know how much you're saving by shopping there. >> boy scouts will lift a controversial long time ban on gay members according to abc news, saying national board meets next week to officially end this policy. tonight abc 7 news has reaction from a former eagle scout who, for years campaigned for this change. >> steven koza is a straight 27-year-old who spent part o
as president obama pushed his plan for immigration reform in las vegas. coming just one day after the senate beat him to the punch, announcing its bipartisan proposal. president obama making remarks in las vegas. the president called for granting a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million people in the united states, currently illegally. he praised the senate's efforts in announcing an immigration proposal yesterday. that plan had a key provision, requiring tighter border security before any illegal immigrants could get citizenship. that was key to republican support. it also calls for beefing up border security and punishments for businesses that hire illegal immigrants. republicans say they will not sign off on any immigration reform that doesn't put border security first. let's go to carl cameron in washington. how do you break this down? is there a big difference from what you heard from president obama, compared to the bipartisan commission of eight senators yesterday? we heard a lot more from the so-called gang of eight. they got more granular. what we heard from the president
campaignish. >> did the senate beat president obama to the punch because there are going to be claims of leader help here? who is leading? eight senators or president obama? >> the senators clearly tries to jump the gun and get ahead of the president on this. they were effective in doing that. but i think the president comes to this from -- he wants consensus, that's his mind-set to begin with. so i don't think he's going to take it personally that they jumped ahead of him a bit. i think he sees that this is more of an historic opportunity than ever before. >> but noelle, why go to las vegas, $1.6 million, a nine-hour plane ride? why go all the way to las vegas to give this speech? >> that's what i mean. you know, even me, sitting here criticizing that, they are going to look like we -- you know, we are always against the president. we are against everything that's going on. i have to say that, you know, what he is wanting to do, if he tweak what is this bipartisan effort has done, with both, you know, parties coming together. it always puts republicans in the same box, is that we are
of superstorm sandy, it's on its way to president obama's desk. the senate approved the aid bill yesterday, two weeks after the house. we have this report. >>> the bill is passed. >> reporter: the senate approved the superstorm sandy aid bill by a vote of 62-36. three months after the storm devastated the northeast coast, congress passed the $50.5 million emergency relief package. >> the bill we passed today is almost everything we wanted in the senate bill. >> reporter: all 36 votes against the measure were from republicans, many of whom opposed adding billions more to the national debt. >> if we don't apply at least some discipline to how we evaluate and how we examine how we're going to go forward without continuing to plunge into debt and to borrow money, then i think we're shirking our duty here. >> reporter: the bill includes more than $12 billion in housing and urban development grants for victims of sandy and other disasters. more than $11 billion for fema and $10 billion to repair mass transit systems in and around new york city. and better prepare them for future storms. new york sena
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, senator obama put a sunset on the temporary worker provision, which destroyed the bill for business. so i don't need a lecture from barack obama about bipartisanship. he was never very good at it in the senate. if you are going to get a bill, you need the president involved. so, mr. in the, when you speak to the nation about immigration reform, i hope you don't suggest you are going to take a pathway to citizenship and delinq it from border security because if you don't secure the border, you are going to have 12 million illegal immigrants 20 years from now. >> president obama gave a speech about immigration reform at american university in nl july of 2009 and listened to the speech. at the time, he had a democratic house and a democrat senate. why would he not take advantage and do immigration reform? is it because you can't move multiple bills through congress you? can't eat and chew gum at the same time? or wasn't his heart in it? >> he promised immigration reform in the first year of his presidency and he led off with obamacare and that took all the oxygen out of the room. >> couldn't
barack obama nominated the five-term senator seen here in pictures last week to succeed hillary clinton, who is stepping down after four years. kerry has served on the senate foreign relations panel for 20 years. and investors are beginning to pump money back into crisis-hit nations. new figures compiled by dutch bank ing appeared to show the flight of capital has ended. >> corporate and private investors put more than 90 billion euros back into greece, spain, and portugal in the final quarter of 2012. that is a jump of 9%. the european central bank president has vowed to save the euro at any price. it is thought to have boosted investor confidence. well, here in germany, consumers are becoming increasingly confident about the future, and as a result, they are spending more money. most importantly, they are spending on big-ticket items and long-term investments like real estate. the record rise in consumer sentiment came after three straight months of decline. >> the latest survey, expectations of higher incomes and declining worries. domestic consumption has been playing a central role
for a picture with any other politician or celebrity i have interviewed, but senator obama was there, and i thought, i will take a picture with this guy, and we have a conversation about iraq. i never thought i would get a chance to ask him a question again, especially after he became president. this year there was an off the record straight session for the senior advisers at this bar in orlando. president obama shows up unannounced, and i have a chance to ask one question off the record. the question i wanted to ask, i did ask a question, but i did not ask about drones or civil liberties. it was also an example to me when i am trying to be hard, as critical as possible to do my job even in the moment you are meeting the president. it is not an easy thing to do. a lot of the journalists i was with swooned. i think that is correct. tavis: that is the right word. i am glad you were on as to go on the record and then and tonight. i raise that not to demonize you but to get your take on the media's complicity on not putting the tough questions for work. i ask that in the backdrop of 60 minutes.
. >>> president obama is on his way to las vegas where he will lead a rally promoting immigration reform. this comes a day after a bipartisan group of senators unveiled their own plan to give millions of illegal immigrants a passport to citizenship. danielle nottingham has more. >> reporter: president obama is hitting the road to rally support for immigration reform. he's expected to endorse a bipartisan senate proposal to give about 11 million illegal imgrants a path to citizenship. >> this is a big deal. is is an important development. >> so-called gang of eight announced its plan yesterday. it would allow illegal immigrants to gain temporary legal status if they pass a criminal background check, pay a fine in back taxes and learn english. they can then become a citizen behind people who started the process legally. the proposal also calls for u.s. borders to be secured first. >> the technology we have today with surveillance capability and detection capability, i have no doubt that if we put the right resources into it, we will be able to have a secure border. >> reporter: the white h
will be working this car next and who was to doubt him? what's hot on the heels of a group of american senators, president obama has rolled out his own plan for dealing with america pause immigration problem. speaking in las vegas, he said that immigration reform must include a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million people living in america illegally. >> he is here, he is president. he is a tremendous support with a latino voters. a promise to help illegal immigrants become americans. >> i'm here because the time has come for common-sense, comprehensive immigration reform. >> that might be music to the ears of those in the streets of laredo, through this texting -- a part of the nearly 2,000 miles of border. there is an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the states. the vast majority from mexico. for years, it has been an intractable problem. some things are changing. some might have a better chance of success. many have come across the border illegally. also, republicans are having a very serious briefing, wondering whether their attitude towards immigration costs them vital latino
. obama and the senate called for them not to get the welfare grant. the other thing as dana pointed out, she did not point this out, i'll point it out. the border got more and more secure every year. it is good policy. we have to deal with this. if we turn to politics right away it doesn't happen. a great and serious loss to america. >> eric: we have to go but i disagree with everything that bob just said. >> greg: the problem here is that people are worried about the things that work sounding mean. replacing border with feelin feelings. it's easier to get in the united states than disney land. why don't we employ all the cast members on the border and we'll be safer. >> andrea: a lot of questions. the unions did enforce this plan. are they going to funneled on the membership roles? coming up, "60 minutes" correspondent steve croft explains why president obama seems to come on their show every couple of weeks. >> i think he knows we are not going to play gotcha with him. >> andrea: plus, limbaugh reacts to the attack on him and the fox news channel. that's up next. you don't want to mis
system. monday, group of bipartisan senators shared their though thoughts. today was president obama's term to unveil his proposal this time in glitzy las vegas. is one of plans deserving of a roll of a dice, or will congress eventually cash out again? white house correspondent wendell goler reports from sin city. >> a speech intended to pressure congress to take up immigration reform was partly rewritten to applaud bipartisan proposal announced by eight senators the day before. >> the good news is that for the first time in many years, republicans and democrats seem ready to tack thi tackle this pm together. >> president stopped short of endorsing the senate plan because aides say the legislation hasn't been written. they say the principle mirror his own. but the critics aren't so sure. the biggest difference is that mr. obama's plan would give a faster path to citizenship for the 11 million people already in the country illegally. >> yes, they broke the rules and they crossed the border illegally. maybe they overstayed the visas. those are the facts. nobody disputes them. the 11 mi
be significant for all of us. >> another difference with the the senate plan is that mr. obama's proposal would extent family immigration rights. >> same-sex partners from other countries should not be faced with the painful choice between staying with the person they love and staying in a country they love. >> as long as the senate plan stays close to the president's principles, he is happy to led congress take the lead. they don't think they can sell a plan to the latino community that mr. obama doesn't report. some republicans are concerned if he is tied too closely to the plan they can't sell it to other republicans. >> bret: wendell goler live in las vegas. thank you. much more on this with the panel. senator john kerry has been confirmed as the next secretary of state. senators easily approved the nomination this afternoon, following the endorsement by the foreign relations committee kerry used to lead. the vote was # 4 in favor -- # 4 in favor, three against and up with present. massachusetts democratic governor dvlll patrick is expected to name interim replacement senator tomorrow. outg
years ago then senator obama the joined a similar effort >> if the compromise that's been discussed and has the agreement of those who were in this room, if that ends up being the bill that is signed into law, it's a win-win for everybody >> woodruff: today president obama praised the new senate effort. he said the path to citizenship must be clear from the start and not just be tied to border security. >> we have to lay out a path a process that includes passing a background check paying taxes paying a penalty, learning english, and then going to the back of the line behind all the folks who are trying to come here legally. that's only fair. right? so that means it won't be a quick process but it will be a fair process. >> woodruff: back in washington florida republican marco rubio, a member of the bipartisan senate group, still seemed concerned the president wanted to move too far too fast >> if this endeavor becomes a bidding war to see who can come up with the easiest, quickest and cheapest pathway to green card possible, this thing is not going to go well, folks >> woodruff: se
senators not acted yesterday, you likely would have seen obama offer his own plan. but the senators did act and their plan is the plan. the last thing the white house wants to do is blow up this fragile coalition. congressman mario diaz balart out of florida. thank you for your time. >> great pleasure being here. >> absolutely. first let me get your thoughts on the likelihood of this deal being reached. we now know from the white house, the president will give the remarks within the hour he basically is in line with the principles that were proposed by the bipartisan group and if there's dissession or divide, what is it? >> well, remember what the senators did and glad they did that, put together principles and yet to see from the senate language. us in the house trying for years to have the legislative language and should have that relatively soon. i don't think, though, there's a lot of difference between the principles of the senators put on on the table with what some of us believe we can put in legislative language but the devil's in the details, obviously. >> absolutely. some of the d
beware. good morning, i'm mara. the groundwork is laid and president obama will detail the plans for the broadest overhaul in nearly three decades. the president will make his announcement a day after senators unveil their plan. nbcs tracie potts is live with more. good morning. >> reporter: mara, good morning. the president and lawmakers are talking about it. this time we could see action because both sides are motivated. if congress drags its feet on immigration, the white house has a plan ready. president obama will lay it out today in las vegas. the white house says it's similar to what democrats and republicans introduced monday. >> we are going to get pushback but americans are saying let's get it fixed. they are in line for citizenship after paying fees and learn english. >> no one should expect the members of the senate are going rubber stamp it. >> we will never put them on a path to citizenship until we have fully secured our borders. >> reporter: advocates for reform will push the plan. >> we are marching and rallying. >> we have to support our haitian brothers and sis
of united states senators are really in line with what president obama has been calling for, you know, really all the way through his first term. and i think president obama's advocacy and his focus on the need for comprehensive immigration reform during his campaign really created the space for and quite frankly the outcome of the election created this space for this bipartisan cooperation, but, you know, i want to give you a healthy but. there is, you know, the road is littered with gangs of senators, good intentions that were consumed by the legislative process, and, you know, what i'm hopeful about in the house is certainly that the majority of democrats in the house embrace comprehensive immigration reform and the principles that were put forward by the gang of eight, and i'm confident when president obama talks about it today it will be similar. but the question is will the speaker who is dealing with still his group of really extreme republicans who have already signalled not very good comments about the proposal, you know, will he eventually let the will of the house work, the
that policy would be contingent on securing the southern border. seven years ago then senator obama the joined a similar effort >> if the compromise that's been discussed and has the agreement of those who were in this room, if that ends up being the bill that is signed into law, it's a win-win for everybody >> woodruff: today president obama praised the new senate effort. he said the path to citizenship must be clear from the start and not just be tied to border security. >> we have to lay out a path, a process that includes passing a background check, paying taxes, paying a penalty, learning english, and then going to the back of the line behind all the folks who are trying to come here legally. that's only fair. right? so that means it won't be a quick process but it will be a fair process. >> woodruff: back in washington florida republican marco rubio, a member of the bipartisan senate group, still seemed concerned the president wanted to move too far too fast >> if this endeavor becomes a bidding war to see who can come up with the easiest, quickest and cheapest pathway to green card poss
is at the capitol with details. nancy? >> reporter: scott, these eight senators say they sense an opening on the issue now and a new willingness among republicans to compromise on immigration after president obama won the latino vote by 71% in the november election.1% the senators behind the plan are a bipartisan group of heavy hitters. new york democrat charles schumer is their unofficial leader. >> we believe this will be the year congress finally gets it done. con the politics on this issue have been turned upside down. for the first time ever there's more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. >> reporter: their plan would grant illegal immigrants temporary legal status to staygr in the country if they pass a a criminal background check, pay a fine and back taxes and learn english. but they would have to get the back of the line for citizenship-- a process that would only start once border security has been improved with more agents and more drones. in 2007, republicans brought down a similar plan arguing it amounts to amnesty. but arizona's john mccain w
blush, they look similar, except president obama says, let's get this done now and the senate plan says, let's secure the bordzer. >> they are broadly similar. if you read the outlines, you can see much of the same language and the same issues brought up. but there are two area where is there is some difference, you might say significant difference, may be enough to scuttle the bill without a compromise. the number-1 issue is this commission, to make sure that the border is secure before the plan gets implemented. in the gang of 8, they mention a plan that they released yesterday. they mention a commission of border, state governors and community activists that would have to -- issue recommendations that the border was secure before the plan is implemented. the president doesn't mention this at all. what he has said in his speech today and in the report that he issued to reporters is that he's already cracked down on the immigrants coming over and that there is no mention of anything happening to be ratified before this pathway to citizenship begins. now to be fair, in the senate gang o
obama appointed three people to the national labor relations board without the traditional senate confirmation process. he did so by using his recess appointment power. senate republicans objected. they argued that he couldn't do that because at the time the senate was still meeting in what's called a pro-forma session, a super brief session sometimes just lasting a few minutes. that's been used by democrats and republicans explicitly to keep presidents from making these so-called recess appointments. well, the obama administration countered that he had the power to make those recess appointments because the senate was, practically speaking, and for all other intents and purposes, in recess. well this past friday the white house lost that argument in court. a three-judge panel on a federal court of appeals in washington, d.c. ruled that president obama's recess appointments were unconstitutional. wouldn't you know it, all three of those panel judges were appointed by republicans presidents. well, white house spokesperson jay carney said the decision went against the traditional ba
, the coach when yen the the reason president obama segment and, the senate if he had a son, he would not want his son to play football. >> i do not want my son--to not believe he did not want to however, it would be less competition if their work is not the son of barack obama that did not want to play football lot >> and i would always say, from colin kaepernick that anything it nervousness would be from lack of being prepared but that would not be the case. >> gary: randy moss is also planning on playing next season. this alex smith he wants to be released. the 49ers are playing him 8.5 million. >> alex, is really being right there on the side that speaks volumes. if he does not want to state, then you could ripple to treat him. >> gary: jacqueline. >> if you wanted to -- trade him. and you can smell bourbon street. >> jacqueline: i have never been a tuber bradstreet. >> gary: it i have never been dashed to the orleans- jacqueline. if >> jacqueline: i've never been to the orleans. i've never been to bourbon street. his >> gary: into half, you know that it has a distinctive odor lla lr.. per
downpours coming up in just a couple of minutes. president obama is backing senate banned -- senate plan reform.ration said we must create a path to citizenship for 11 million illegals in the country. they can apply for permanent residency and five years later, citizenship. >> pretty straightforward. the question now is simple. do we have the resolve, as a people, as a country, as the government's, to finally put behind us? i believe that we do. >> as president obama laid out , people gathered in a examine how would affect them and their families. >> i can tell you that when i oom earlier, there people than what you see now. everyone was fixated on the tv screen. attentionpaying close what the president said. at the end of the speech, most people went home satisfied. attentionpaying close , clappingord he said was the way the crowd showed its satisfaction. antonio chavez was one in the crowd. been here 24 years. we talked with him before the speech. think it is time. >> we are hoping that president obama has a positive message. >> enough is enough. there are millions of fa
unveiled a similar plan recently. obama wouldy that largely endorsed the senators efforts. he was heavily supported by -- supporters in in november's election. we talk to people in our area who could be directly impacted by reform. live in a satellite center, brianne carter. the boy scouts of america are considering changing their nationwide no gays policy. and gay members and leaders. change, theoposed different groups that sponsor could decide for themselves how to address that issue. any religious groups are upset policy may be rescinded. a vote on that policy change february 6.lace on >> a new super packages hillary clinton for in 2016. --ashington post so " reported this. clinton has reportedly and that she isenied interested in running. polls do show that she is extremely popular. fans flocking to new orleans 47.super bowl that is between the ravens and the 49ers. john gonzales is there live with a preview. show us all the purple that he can see. >> good morning. we are live outside of the hilton. a train going by. do not know who we have to to.lain the mayor or somebody. why did th
was in the summer of 2001. leaders of egypt, iraq, and libya were entrenched in power. barack obama was an illinois state senator, and arnold schwarzenegger was a movie actor. 10 years ago, most americans had never heard of a credit default swap or mortgage-backed securities. lehman brothers had celebrated its 150th anniversary and in 2001, mark zuckerberg was captain of his high-school fencing team. borders bookstores had $3 billion in annual revenue and meanwhile, kindle something you did to a fire and nook was merely a small corner of the room. most americans knew little about osama bin laden or al qaeda. at the time, i was u.s. attorney in san francisco and i myself being out here paid little attention to those terrorist attacks that were occurring overseas. today, our world can change in the blink of an eye. the effects of that change are felt more rapidly and more broadly than ever before. consider the current economic climate. when companies fail to recognize and adapt to change, they can go out of business almost overnight. law enforcement and the intelligence community face a similar chall
. confirmation hearings went well. president obama nominated the massachusetts senator to replace outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton. with kerry's confirmation all but assured. secretary clinton will officially leave her post at the state department by this friday. >> steve ballmer is distancing his group that is trying to buy the sacramento king and move to seattle. microsoft is not taking part in the group trying to buy the cimmings. ballmeris involved as a individual and not microsoft ceo. there was controversy when the state was asked to review the business relationship in microsoft in light of the potential move. >> one of the world's largest hotel chains is joining a campaign to repeal doma. the los angeles times report that is marriot international is joining aentnaand ebay and electronic art. marriot's executive chairman is a devout mormon. while he personally believes that marriage is between a man and woman, he believes he should not mix the views with the operatn of his business. the vice-president of marriot issued a statement. we are proud of long standing commitomit
it harm. >> reporter: in the 2012 election 71% of latino votes went to president obama. florida republican senator marco rubio a possible 2016 presidential candidate was a key member of this senate reform team. >> we also have to ensure that we don't do anything that encourages people to come here illegally in the future, but by the same token we are dealing with 11 million human beings. >> reporter: for its part the white house welcomed the deal. president obama will travel to nevada tuesday to lay out his vision which overlaps with the senate version. >> the president believes that it's very important that we move forward on comprehensive immigration reform. it's the right thing to do for the country. >> reporter: passage is widely expected in the senate, but the roadblock could come in the house. the rep conservatives have voiced concern -- republican conservatives have voiced concerns about creating paths to citizenships before holes in u.s. border security are closed. in an effort to gather more republican support for these proposals the path to citizenship has some stopg
in the senate plan and what president obama laid out today. >> right. >> where okay, we can start the pathway to citizenship if this panel to consist of governors of border states down to the southwest and others down there in the southwest, we are talking about like jan brewer, rick perry, people like this, if they declare the border secure and as toure said, if they're in the mood to, they could say not secure, not secure. what in your mind is a fair standard to make a secure border? >> two things. i think we have to as you already pointed out and talked about by the other panels, find a way to basically make sure the people here are on a path to citizenship. bring families over in a controlled way. bring the families over. great idea. you control it. you don't fight it. >> okay. >> so i'm sorry to interrupt. part of declaring the border secure is having in place already the path to citizenship. is that what you're saying? >> right. i'm saying that you have to have control the fact that families want to come. deal with that right up front or they try to sneak across. you have to accept that
of superstorm sandy actually $50 billion aid bill is headed to president obama's desk after the senate passed the emergency measure. money comes over 09 days after the storm hit in the northeast. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray will announce the result of d.c.'s 2012 fiscal year and the announcement is expected to reveal a more than $400 million surplus for the city. mayor gray has hinted he would put it into the city's reserve fund. other d.c. lawmakers believe that extra cash should be used to help fund social services here in our area. >>> still ahead, a new lease on life for the first soldier to survive after losing all four limbs in combat. we'll have more on his inspirational story. >> plus, a huge change could be in the works for the boy scouts of america. this morning, the controversial policy is getting mixed reaction. we're back in a moment. ñs >>> more protesters are righting in egypt as police try to stop them. locals held some of the masked attackers until police arrested them. u.s. embassy is closed because of violence and the chief of egypt's arm yes warning that the state c
deal was announced by lawmakers, president obama is heading to nevada to announce his plan. melanie a.-- alnwick has that story. >> the president's trip to vegas is to unveil his plan for immigration reform. eight senators, four republicans, four democrats, released framework monday which they call a tough but fair route to citizenship for more than 11 million people living here illegally. it allows more temporary workers to stay, increases border security and cracks down on employers who hire illegals. green cards could be awarded to immigrants who obtain certain advanced degree from american university. people here illegally would have to pass background checks and pay fines and taxes and then apply behind those who are already in line for a green card. these aren't new ideas. a bipartisan effort led by senators mccain and kennedy in 2007 failed but the stakes are different this year. >> for the first time ever, there is more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. we believe we have a window of opportunity to act but we will only succeed in the effort i
, make sure you come right here for a post game show and fans of new orleans. >>> president barack obama will layout his proposal for comprehensive immigration reform. senators unveiled their forum as well and coming up, the key difference to the president's approach to immigration reform and the senator's. >>> hillary rodham clinton is now registered with the federal election commission. the women behind the super pack are now ready to run for hillary rodham clinton when she is ready to run. she has almost 50,000 followers and she has denied she is interested in running for president but she is the favored democratic president by far. >>> people have a lot to say about plans to improve in marin county and caltrans wants to demolish the freeway like the one you see right here. the one under the $43 million project will improve safety and reduce congestion and critics say it costs too much money. the meeting will start at the redwood high school in larkspur. -- larkspur. sal, what are you looking at? >>> well, there is not a lot going on right now and we want to keep it's nice and quiet a
what president obama did was violate a procedure that senator reid created under president bush and president bush respected. >> had senator reid gave any indication he was going to fight this with the president. would you think that the leader would defend the institution of the senate. and when president bush made recess appointments, he was sued in court and that's what we did in court ap they agreed with us. >> greta: what is pro forma session was as opposed to a recess. >> that wasn't important. what the contract-- let's say you're he a 10th grader taking american history and read the constitution, article 2, section 2. says the president may make recess appointments only during the recess if the vacancy happens during the recess and if you go back to the founding of the country when you took carriages and horse toss washington, it was created for a time when senators were gone for six months or seven months a year. so, what the court said is if the vacancy doesn't so occur during the recess of the congress and the president doesn't make the appointment during that time, du
is on its way to president obama's desk. the senate approved the aid bill yesterday. >> the boy scouts of america announced plans to reverse a national ban on gay scouts and leader. >> it was something that in this day and age is not right. >> there is a search underway off the coast of italy for a u.s. fighter plane that has gone missing. the f-16 -- >> massachusetts democrat senator john kerry could be approved as the next secretary of state by the end of the day. >> all that -- >> one of the perks of winning a championship, meeting the president of the united states. >> tiger woods with the win in his first tournament of the season. [ applause ] >> that is embarrassing. >> and all that matters -- >> very classy, very refined video entitled "go [ bleep ] yourself." >> good luck on charlie rose, that's what i'm going to say to you. >> on "cbs this morning." >> iran's government says it launched a monkey into space and graduate back to earth. >> this is the alleged iranian space monkey. i'm thinking he didn't volunteer for the mission. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." today could be
morning news. >>> this morning president barack obama flies to las vegas and he will unveil his plan for immigration reform. senators unveiled their forum for immigration reform and critics are also speaking out on immigration reform. >>> it begins with media day and ravens arrived in the big easy and joining the 49ers on sunday. media day begins this morning and thousands will gather on the field to talk to the 49ers and ravens. so far 49ers kept a low profile but some did take questions yesterday. >> it is not pressure at all. we are going to do our best as a team to get this win. we want to win and we just got to go out there and do what we did all year. being 49ers and playing 49ers ball. >> ktvu channel 2 morning news will be out there with live coverage coming up with more on mornings on 2. >>> they are making more for the champion of the super bowl and they are now printing both names since retailers want super bowl championship they make items for both teams. and the merchandise made for the losing team will be destroyed. they will be ready to ship out the souvenir for the wi
or no trust in the senator schumer, senator durbin and president obama. it's the most thoughtful proposal that i have heard and you've explained better than anybody, but the devil will be in the details. >> also last night on fox, you saw south carolina senator lindsey graham who is part of this deal trying to make this happen and, of course, has his own 2014 re-election prospects to worry about. always looking over his right shoulder for a primary. so he chose to blast the president while supporting this deal on fox. >> but if you want to talk about the president bringing us together and being a bold leader, in 2007 when we tried to do immigration reform, he folded like a cheap suit. what i've heard about what he's going to say, he's going to say there's no need to link a pathway to citizenship to border security. excuse me, mr. president? >> all right. let's call this what it is. it is all kabuki theater because this is about some of these republicans having to say publicly certain things so it doesn't look like they're overgiving the president anything. it's for their own politics on t
the bill in two weeks and then the measure will go to president obama for his signature. the senate has passed the superstorm sandy bill almost three months to the day since the storm devastated east coast. i don't believe they got a bit of the pork out of that thing. onto other topics, would you pay more green at the product was red white and blue? more shoppers are saying that they're willing to pay more for a product made in the u.s. andrew pierce is president of this product marketing consulting company. welcome to the show. as the real deal? i know what matters to americans. my mother tells me all the time how she will buy a product. but i don't get the impression that it matters to others. >> is a growing trend. more american companies are really trying to help differentiate them. gerri: can you tell companies what they do but they will get enact. >> is hard to measure, but i think over time we are starting to see consumers opening their wallets and pay more for american-made products than 80% of americans they that they will pay more for inmate in the united states product. >> co
, that are up for re-election, just between now and 2014, of those nine, obama only won three of those senators' home states. that is a long haul. and it's going to be remarkably hard to get anything through that committee, much less the full senate. >> so, jimmy, let's talk about what's going on in the senate, because there's going to be some changes coming up real quickly. as we saw in this hour, we had the video turnaround, senator john kerry's nomination for secretary of state, unanimously approved by voice vote in the senate. now, this afternoon, they're going to have the full vote on that. but let's talk about massachusetts. because it's going to leave that seat open. who are the players in contention for it? deval patrick is going to be appointing this interim senator tomorrow. >> well, the governor has the ability to appoint someone. and former congressman barney frank has made it well known that he would like to be appointed on a temporary basis, until the special election. >> isn't that bad? you never say you want something in politics, right? >> no, no, listen, i mean, i think barney
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